#ReadKidsClassics, A Year in the Secret Garden, Something To Do

Revisiting Secret Garden Wednesday-Porridge Anyone?

Porridge anyone? If you are laughing and thinking, “HUH?” that’s ok…you’re not alone!   Just to quickly recap-every Wednesday you can drop by here and find new and special happenings in the Secret Garden. There’ll be crafts, great food, fun and laughter. So please be sure to come by and see us in our Secret… Read More Revisiting Secret Garden Wednesday-Porridge Anyone?

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Scholastic Shares their newest Kids & Family Reading Report, 6th edition

Today, Scholastic released the latest research from the newest Kids & Family Reading Report, 6th edition. We learned what kids – and parents – want in books, as well as kids need for more guidance on books to read for fun.  For 10 years, this nationally representative research from Scholastic has surveyed kids ages 6-17… Read More Scholastic Shares their newest Kids & Family Reading Report, 6th edition

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Putting a New Spin on Old Kids’ Classic Stories #ReadKidsClassics

{Guest post by Hannah Rials} I recently saw a graphic on Multicultural Children’s Book Day’s site that should children’s book predictions from powerhouse Scholastic for 2017. The fact that Scholastic’s predictions (#5) that “the classics will return and be reinvented” ties beautifully into what I am going to share today! The following is just that;… Read More Putting a New Spin on Old Kids’ Classic Stories #ReadKidsClassics

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#ReadKidsClassics November-Everything on a Waffle by Polly Horvath

It is simply amazing to me that we are the homestretch for my #ReadKidsClassics project. It all started back in March of this year. It dawned on me that throughout the years I’ve read old classics, discovered new ones and shared them all here on Jump Into a Book. So my goal became to discover/rediscover classic… Read More #ReadKidsClassics November-Everything on a Waffle by Polly Horvath

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Read Kid’s Classics Challenge: March’s Selection (#readkidsclassics)

Hello and Welcome to our first installment of the Read Kid’s Classics Challenge! I’m so glad you’re here and I can hardly wait to see what you’re reading as well. As many of you already know, I am a huge fan of children’s classics and over the years my family has actively read old classics… Read More Read Kid’s Classics Challenge: March’s Selection (#readkidsclassics)